2013 BMW M6 by Lumma Design review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 11 September 2013 , 13:09:49 byEmil

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BMW M6 by Lumma Design

If there is a brand that benefits of the tuning companies’ attention that certainly is BMW. The German cars have always been challenges for both the experienced and the beginners in the tuning field. The BMW M6 is among the most targeted vehicles for developing upgrading programs. However this hasn’t stopped the guys at Lumma Design to create a tuning package that works both with the coupe and the convertible versions of the model.

First of all, Lumma Design has created a wider body which perfectly matches the BMW M6 models, but it can be set on the regular 640i, 650i and 640d versions. This is made out of a revised larger front spoiler with some bigger air intakes, a new carbon fiber hood, wider wheel arches and a rear diffuser containing a quad exhaust system. They have also placed a new set of 21 inch alloy wheels and a smaller rear wing. So the vehicle becomes more good looking and quite much sportier. The vehicle is not just sporty, it is also elegant and luxurious, having Alcantara, leather and carbon fiber on the inside.

When the BMW M6 comes out the factory gates, it is powered by a V8 4.4-liter twin-turbo engine developing 560 HP (412 kW). Lumma seems to want more from the engine so the guys there prepared three upgrade stages. They raise output to 630 HP (463 kW), 640 HP (471 kW) and 660 HP (485 kW). The most powerful version increases the maximum torque to 820 Nm (605 lb-ft), allowing the model to hit a peak speed of 193 mph (310 km/h). The experts at Lumma Design offer us one of the most amazing tuning programs for the M6. It does take your breath away.